Premier League Team of the Week: Salah and Firmino offer attacking edge

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The Liverpool forwards starred in an Anfield demolition of Arsenal and form part of a four-man Reds unit included in our pick of the top-flight crop


FRASER FORSTER | SOUTHAMPTON


Fraser Forster Southampton

The England goalkeeper produced six saves in helping to keep a clean sheet against Huddersfield Town.


ANTONIO VALENCIA | MANCHESTER UNITED


Antonio Valencia Manchester United

Valencia (104) was one of two Manchester United players to register 100+ touches in their win over Leicester (Pogba - 132).


ANTONIO RUDIGER | CHELSEA


Antonio Rudiger

Rudiger made five clearances and one block in preserving Chelsea's clean sheet against Everton.


SEBASTIAN PRODL | WATFORD


Sebastian Prodl Watford

Prodl made nine clearances to help 10-man Watford to a 0-0 draw against Brighton.


BEN MEE | BURNLEY


Ben Mee Burnley

Mee produced seven blocks in Burnley's hard-fought 1-1 draw at Wembley against Tottenham.


ALBERTO MORENO | LIVERPOOL


Alberto Moreno Sydney FC v Liverpool Friendly 24052017

The Spaniard made six tackles against Arsenal, twice as many as any of his Liverpool teammates.


KEVIN DE BRUYNE | MANCHESTER CITY


Kevin De Bruyne, Man City

De Bruyne made more key passes than any other Manchester City player against Bournemouth (4).


CESC FABREGAS | CHELSEA


Cesc Fabregas Chelsea

Fabregas produced three key passes and scored once in Chelsea's victory over Everton.


EMRE CAN | LIVERPOOL


Granit Xhaka Emre Can Arsneal Liverpool

Can recovered possession nine times against Arsenal, the most of any Liverpool player in the game.


MOHAMED SALAH | LIVERPOOL


Mohamed Salah Liverpool

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Salah registered five of Liverpool's 10 shots on target against Arsenal, while also picking up a goal and an assist in the process.


ROBERTO FIRMINO | LIVERPOOL


Liverpool celebrate Salah Wijnaldum Firmino

The Brazilian scored and assisted to put Liverpool two goals ahead, in an eventual 4-0 victory over Arsenal at Anfield.

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